If you live in or near Oklahoma City, you’re invited to join in three different professional development workshops I’ll be leading in July.

Next Tuesday, July 10th, I’ll be teaching a full day “Introduction to Google Documents” workshop for Canadian Valley Technology Center based in Yukon, Oklahoma. Angela Mills is coordinating the workshop (Angela.Mills [at] piedmontschools [dot] org). It’s primarily for teachers in Piedmont Public Schools, but last I heard there are still spots available. If you contact Angela next Monday she might be able to make arrangements for you to join us! We’ll be holding the workshop at Stone Ridge Elementary School in Piedmont.

Google Chromebook: You Had Me at 8 Seconds

The last three days of next week, July 11, 12 and 13, I’ll be facilitating another iPad Media Camp like I led in June in Yukon Public Schools. Our format will be the same: Day 1 will focus on narrated slideshows and screencasts, Day 2 on “Quick Edit” videography with the iPad, and Day 3 on eBook Creation Options and Interactive Digital Writing. We’ll be meeting at “The Div” in Edmond for the workshop, and start at 9 am each day and end by 4 pm. Of all the professional development workshops I’ve led to date in my career, iPad Media Camp has been my favorite! “The ethic of minimal clicks” (described in my eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing“) makes iPad media production AND publishing much more “doable” for classroom teachers. I can’t wait to see the STUDENT media projects which camp participants are going to facilitate in the 2012-2013 school year! Registration is still open for next week’s iPad Media Camp. Feel free to contact me directly by phone or electronically if you have questions. I’d love for you to join us at the Div for this 3 day event!

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In two weeks, I’ll be teaching and facilitating a week long “Scratch Camp” July 16-20, 2012 for students entering 3rd grade through 8th grade. We will meet from 9 am till noon each day at The Div in Edmond, learning about creating projects in Scratch and building our own. These will include stories, animations, games, and more. Check out the Scratch curriculum we used for our June 1.5 day Friday night / Saturday parent/child Scratch Camp at the Div. While this “Scratch Camp” experience is designed for students, if you’re a teacher interested in learning more about Scratch this would be a good opportunity to not only learn more about the program but also how you can facilitate student Scratch projects in your own classroom. Contact Lindsey Miller at The Div if you’re interested in attending as a teacher. If you know any incoming 3rd through 8th graders who would be interested in learning how to create cool, interactive projects in Scratch July 16-20, please sign them up or let them know about this opportunity! Full details and a sign up form are available on The Div’s website.

Learning about rotating sprites in Scratch

All the links to my past as well as upcoming presentation and workshop resources are available on the Google site, wiki.wesfryer.com. If you’re planning professional development or an education conference in 2012-2013, please contact me for a quote if you’re interested in any of the workshops, keynotes, or breakout sessions I offer. I’d love to help you and educators in your area become better multimedia communicators and more comfortable classroom facilitators of “blended learning” experiences for students!

Wesley Fryer in Marshall, Minnesota

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  • http://www.bellevue.edu/security-management/ Mary Madsen

    I recently started using Google Docs and love it! Before using Google Docs, my work colleague and I would email documents back and forth to each other to take turns updating them. Now we can just log in to our shared account and update in real time.

  • http://www.bellevue.edu/security-management/ Mary Madsen

    I recently started using Google Docs and love it! Before using Google Docs, my work colleague and I would email documents back and forth to each other to take turns updating them. Now we can just log in to our shared account and update in real time.

  • chad

    Google docs are great for student and teacher task. The ability to share and work on various projects together is a great advantage. Student & Teacher Planners

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